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Friday 6 January 2023

[Solution] The Guardian Cryptic Crossword Answers Today Fri Jan 06 2023

Welcome to our free daily The Guardian crossword puzzles Answers Fri Jan 06 2023., formerly known as and Guardian Unlimited, is a British news and media website owned by the Guardian Media Group. The creators of the The Guardian newspaper has also shared 2 pages of their newspaper with some games that you can play while you are having a break. 

Following the clues and attempt to fill in all the The Guardian puzzle’s squares making you tedious?. We at happy to help you with crossword answers. Check back each day for a new The Guardian Crossword Answers or explore ones we recently published. Here is the complete list of clues and answers for the Fri Jan 06 2023, The Guardian Times crossword puzzle. Thank you once again for visiting website in solving all the Fri Jan 06 2023 Times Crossword Answers.


Across :

1. Clubs brawl — it could be afters (7) : CRUMBLE

5. Is Panama here, say, following winding path? (6) : HATPEG

9. Caught in wind, setter's defective hearing (8) : MISTRIAL

10. National kings, say, in finery that's oddly cut back (6) : YEMENI

12. Writer's opera lacking spirit and suffering (6,6) : EUGENEONEILL

15. Currently in silver, far from crazy dresses (3,3,4) : ALLTHERAGE

17. Take in husband evicted in period of arousal (3) : EAT

19. A major, maybe extremely kamikaze, back in army (3) : KEY

20. J. Ben-Hur once grabs American with both hands in dance (10) : CHARLESTON

22. Bill's outing in street through evergreen Berkshire town (5,7) : FIRSTREADING

26. Out of neutral voguish clothes (2,4) : INGEAR

27. What wit might do with small camping equipment (8) : BEDROLLS

28. Sober English teacher circles something hard to miss (6) : SITTER

29. Bread made by student, eaten by grandparent, perhaps (7) : BLOOMER

Down :

1. Tease band releasing second disc (4) : COMB

2. College administrator skinned bear (4) : URSA

3. Stink over hooligans in urban areas (8) : BOROUGHS

4. Duck in English Channel heading north (5) : EVADE

6. A redhead with higher energy going grey? (6) : AGEING

7. Bushes, perhaps, in dense strip in need of cultivation (10) : PRESIDENTS

8. Group inch aboard craft, an old chopper (10) : GUILLOTINE

11. Recipient of handouts has urge to stop saving (6) : BEGGAR

13. Spooner's pastry shortage? This isn't to be trusted (4,2,4) : PACKOFLIES

14. Coward, say, awfully wary, in dire straits (10) : PLAYWRIGHT

16. Fix eg Oxford house's exterior with flipping unpleasant look about it (6) : REHEEL

18. Working hard in Bermondsey, engaged by sign painter (8) : LEONARDO

21. Gas — more than enough but not all of it (6) : ETHANE

23. In America, a slight girl coming out clutching the Guardian (5) : DWEEB

24. Poor area in endless recession (4) : SLUM

25. Ruler after revolution dreads possessor confiscating article (4) : TSAR

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